Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph Provides Thanksgiving Dinner to Patients at UM Children's Hospital

November 14, 2017 06:36 PM

Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph loves to give back to the community. He and his wife Jordan for the sixth year provided a Thanksgiving party for over a hundred patients of the University of Minnesota Masonic Children's Hospital.

***To see extended interviews and footage from the Thanksgiving festivities, CLICK PLAY ABOVE***

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"It's an easy thing to be a part of. I feel kind of selfish doing this for the kids in the hospital because I feel so blessed for what I get out of it," said Kyle Rudolph.

Kyle's wife Jordan loves this time of year to give back to kids she feels so close to.

"Kyle and I love being part of this organization. His teammates always volunteer to do this for the kids. We love seeing how happy it makes the kids and their families," Jordan Rudolph added.

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Jeff Brioschi

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